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Why Does Virgin Coconut Oil Smell So Good?

Posted by Dr. Natasha Ryz on

The aroma of Virgin Coconut Oil is rich, creamy and subtly sweet, with undertones of fresh fruit. 

Cold-pressed, unrefined Extra Virgin Coconut Oil has the strongest natural coconut scent.

Do you wonder why Virgin Coconut Oil smells so good? 

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Patchouli Smells Like...

Posted by Dr. Natasha Ryz on

Patchouli smells like the death of a forest.

The fleeting transition from summer to fall.

Warm, seductive and mysterious.

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Why I Started My Skincare Company Dry Skin Love (Full Story)

Posted by Dr. Natasha Ryz on

I started Dry Skin Love to create a luxury skincare experience for dry skin.

There are many beneficial products available for treating dry skin, but most have a lifeless, scentless, sterilized feel.

I wanted something that was effective, and also felt like a treat to use.

I wanted to create something that I looked forward to using. Something I craved.

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What is Dehydrated Skin?

Posted by Dr. Natasha Ryz on

Dehydrated skin is skin that is lacking water and water-holding substances, called humectants.

Dehydrated skin appears dry, rough, and may scale and flake. It may also show premature signs of aging, like surface wrinkles and loss of elasticity.

Dehydrated skin can happen to anyone, regardless of skin type — if you have dry, oily or combination skin, you can still experience dehydration.

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What is Dry Skin? References Included

Posted by Dr. Natasha Ryz on

Despite how common dry skin is, it is difficult to find a clear definition of dry skin.

Dry skin is uncomfortable - it is overly tight, dehydrated, and may flake and itch. Dry skin is a seemingly simple condition that has a wide spectrum of symptoms - from mild dryness and flaking to severe itching, redness and pain

Dry skin is due to a lack of water, humectants and fats. Humectants absorb and hold water, while fats coat the skin and seal in moisture. References included!


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